Independent from Long Beach, California on April 6, 1962 · Page 4
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 4

Long Beach, California
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Friday, April 6, 1962
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Anaheim: Broadway Shopping Center ACItt OF Fill FAIKINO o4 14 CMtttwiil, Ltcatttf Sttrti In tk« Crttttr Ui Anplti Arta Dr. Dumke Chosen to Direct Colleges (Continued From Page A-l) our state colleges In the cha! Icnging years ahead and I nr convinced Glenn Dumke wil meet the test In every way. am pleased to endorse his se lection." Assembly Speaker Jesse N Unruh. D-Los Angeles, and member of the board of tni! tecs, also expressed approva He was unable to attend th meeting because of the legls lativc session in Sacramento Unruh commented tha when the trustees were look ing for a chancellor a year ag "Glenn Dumke was one o the top three passing this ex haustivc screening process, am confident he will do a good job and will be able t give the college system th direction It needs to build I qualitatively as well as t guide its future growth." * * · · DU.MKE WAS 'graduatcc from Occidental College 11938, received a master's de Igrrc in history there in 193' 'and a doctorate in history ii ! 1952 at UCLA. Dumke began teaching his lory at Occidental in 1040 an was named a professor of his lory in 1950, as well as dca of faculty. His writings include "Th Boom of the 80s in Souther California," "The M c x i c a Gold Trail" and coauthorshi Jnf "A History of the Pacifi I Area in Modern Times." H inlsn had edited a new cditio |if "From Wilderness to En Ipirc. a History of California. ;hy Robert Glass Clcland, th I noted California h l s t o r l a :\vho was on the Ocridcnta ·faculty when Dumke was student at the school. * * · * "I AM WEI.I, enough nr 'qiiaintcil with the C-liforni state colleges so that I kno it is going In be extreme!; I important In face up to som ·of the problems confrontin .them." Dumke said while dls .cussing his appointment. 'I have no desire to mak lengthy statements en cduca tional policy. I would mud rather get at the jnb which I before us--that of cornollcla! ing and building what Is al ready one of the w o r l d ' s greatest higher cducatlona systems," he added. "One of the many problem currently confronting the Cal ifotnia state colleges is th implementation of the mastc plan. If the principles of th master plan arc carried out, feel certain that California will meet its tremendous cdu ca t i o n a l responsibilities,' Dumke said. The master plan, adoptee by the state legislature in 19f0, divided the devclopmcn nf California's higher cduca tionnl system into three seg Mothers Ask lo SCR JFK on TcstrBan GENEVA (UPI) -r Fifty American mothers said Thurs d.iy they xvould ask President Kennedy to give them a U. S military base near Russia so they can turn It Into a "cul tural exchange center." They have nsked for an interview with the President Saturday And they said if the United States goes ahead with its planned nuclear lest this month they would stage joint public demonstrations with women nf other nations. After a frustrating four-day attempt to spur a test ban and an Immediate agreement at the 17-natlon disarmament conference, the A m e r i c a n women declared In a statement, "The patience of women is running out." "We cannot predict what form these demonstration' will take when women arc fighting for the lives of their children," it added. Thursday night the mothers and grandmothers, represent ing an estimated 100,000 members nf the nationwide "Women Strike for Peace' movement, waited for a reply from President Kennedy to their request for an Interview in Washington Saturday. Taxpayers Get Day of Grace The calendar this year gives taxpayers a day of grace In filing their individual income tax returns. Because the usual deadline of April 15 falls on a Sunday, this year'* deadline Is Monday. April ifi. according to John R. McArdle, head of the local Interrul Revenue office ! ments -- the university, the state colleges and the junior colleges. · · · · GALLAGHER'S resignation was a sensation In educational circles. Gov. Brown said it was criticism by the John Birch Society, an organization of right-wingers, that caused iallagher to leave. Gallagher, however, denied this. He said his decision ccn tercd on loss of $8,000 in pension rights which could not be transferred to California. He also' said California rustces could not find him housing at public expense, as promised. Of right-wing attacks. Gal laghcr said: "They said I was a Communist. The attack was vigorous. But the faceless accusers refused to Identify themselves with anything but post-office-box numbers." He added: "We gave an effective answer and threw the lie back in the face of the accusers." 'YOU AKE NEXT Warning 1 or Pal of ' HangcdBoy SAN DIEGO.(AP) -- A "You arc next" warning wast reported Thursday by a right-wing political associate of a college student who was found dead by hanging Saturday. Charles Barrack. 19. told police he received the warning Wednesday night from an anonymous telephone caller. · It came after Miss Dillie Lutz, 19, had resigned, "out of fear for my safety," as president and member. of the political group called Students for Freedom. Barrack said the telephoned threat frightened him, even though he believed it might have been a joke. He helped found Students For Freedom at San Diego State College two years ago, and was editor of the group's publication until recently. His successor as editor. CHARLES BARRACK Ominous Phone Call Newton E. Armstrong Jr., 19, was found hanging from a bedroom beam In his Cor- onodo home Saturday. His father, a member of the John Birch Society, has declared he was murdered by Communists. The coroner has called the death probably accidental or suicide, but the district attorney is continuing an Investigation. Frances Radovich, secretary of the student group, said the remaining 28 mem- I1ILLIE LUTZ Resigns In Fear bcrs would hold a meeting Sunday night to elect a new president. Honor Gainza Paz NEW YORK (UP1) -- Dr. Alberto Gainza Paz, editor of La Prcnsa of Buenos Aires, Thursday was elected to the board of trustees of New College. Sarasota, Fla. Gainza Paz Is believed to be the first Latin American to hold membership on . the governing board of a college In the United States. U.S. Offers Equal Time to Soviet G E N E V A (UP!) {- Thu United States Thursday proposed an "equal time" arrangement with the, Soviet Union so that each'nation can RO directly to the peoples of the other to arguo Its policies. The p r o p o s a l Was put forth at the 17-nation dis. armament conference by U.S. Dclefiate Arthur U. Pcan as the conference took up a discussion of war propaganda and how to stop it. Soviet Dclesate Valerian Zorin opened the debate with 1 proposal for a worldwide ian on war propaganda which he called "a heinous' crime against humanity." Zorin, in a speech described jy an American spokesman as "not very serious," said certain countries xvere disseminating war propaganda igainst Russia. He specifically attacked West Germany and said It was openly campaigning for atomic weapons r or revengeful purposes. 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